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Re: More cpu system checks / documentation

From: Martin Pala
Subject: Re: More cpu system checks / documentation
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 22:35:22 +0200
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the cpu usage syntax is documented in the "Resource testing" chapter:

The "cpu usage (idle)" test may make as portable alternative to the user/system/wait and to system specific cpu metric (such as irq, etc.) which are not implemented currently. I think it should be easy - you are welcome to look on it and get your name on monit contributors list :)


dAniel hAhler wrote:

currently there are "cpu usage" tests for "user", "system" and "wait".
They are not really documented on, there's just an
But looking at the source code shows that only the above three
variants seem to be available.

What I'd like to use would be e.g. "cpu usage (idle) < 5% for 10
cycles" or something similar.

Does this make sense? It seems like it would be quite easy to add.

Thank you.

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